Clay Bellinger

A career minor-leaguer, Bellinger made his big-league debut with the Yankees in 1999 as a jack-of-all-trades, playing every position except pitcher. His defensive prowess earned him a spot on the postseason roster for New York’s championship runs in 1999 and 2000. Often inserted as a late-inning replacement in the outfield, his grab of Todd Zeile’s blast to the wall in the 2000 World Series may have saved the Yankees from blowing Game Two against the Mets.